Jose Mourinho delivered his verdict on the possibility of managing West Ham at some point in the future, when speaking to Area Napoli.
Mourinho was recently appointed as manager of AS Roma having being sacked from his role as Tottenham boss in April.
The 58-year-old is one of the most highly decorated coaches in world football. He has won eight league titles in four different countries.
He has also won two Champions League titles during his time in charge of Porto and Inter Milan.
He will have his work cut-out if he is to guide Roma back to the glory days, however.
Jose Mourinho responds when asked about West Ham job
The Portuguese manager has won all there is to win in the game.
He is tried and tested at the very highest level.
But would he ever consider taking over at West Ham? He responded to a journalist when asked about taking over at the Hammers, as quoted by Area Napoli:
“It is not my dream to become their manager. I’m not a man from a single club. Roma is my future.”
West Ham are in great shape at the moment.
And it could be argued that we have a better manager than Mourinho in the form of David Moyes!
The Scot worked absolute miracles at the London Stadium last season and he didn’t need a £150 million warchest to make it possible!
Mourinho may have never dreamed of managing West Ham. We doubt he will ever be handed the chance to do that anyway though.
So it’s a moot point Jose!